How WDEA Works Training Helped Ebony Dunn Take on a Leadership Role
Introducing Ebony Dunn, an inspiring woman who successfully upskilled her career in Early Childhood Education and Care with WDEA Works Training. Ebony started her journey with WDEA in July 2021 and completed her CHC50113 Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care in December 2022 as an industry-based student in Hamilton.
With over a decade of experience as a Cert III educator, Ebony was ready to take the next step in her career and personal life. She chose to train with WDEA Works Training to refresh her knowledge and skills in the Early Childhood field. Ebony found the course content to be fantastic and helpful in broadening her knowledge while gaining a qualification.
“I had been working in the Early Childhood Education and Care Industry for over a decade as a Cert III educator and was in a position in my career and personal life to upskill to the Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care,” said Ebony. “I was keen to freshen up on my knowledge and training in the Early Childhood field so I took the opportunity to train with WDEA Works Training.”
Leah, Ebony’s trainer, provided amazing support throughout her journey, making her feel comfortable while studying. Being an industry-based student, Ebony was able to complete her work placement tasks while working, allowing her to maintain a good work/life/study balance.
“The most rewarding part of studying with WDEA Works Training for me was the opportunities and confidence it gave me to grow as an educator and take on leadership roles in my career,” said Ebony. “I highly recommend studying Early Childhood Education through WDEA training, it provides a supportive learning environment and allows you to grow as an educator in an industry that offers so many rewards.”
After completing the course, Ebony was able to take on more leadership roles within her service, proving that WDEA Works Training provides not only a fantastic learning environment but also real-world opportunities for students to advance their careers.
Join Ebony and many other successful students and take the first step to upskill your career in Early Childhood Education and Care by contacting WDEA Works Training today at www.wdeaworks.org.au/training or phone directly on (03) 5564 7401